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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

Two Way PlowJD 3835

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2510Paul

10-07-2018 11:17:08




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What is the experience with these JD two way plows like this 3835? Do they work well in stones and clay or is it a light soil no stones plow only?

Do they make a trip bottom version of it? I am not sure what is in the picture. Maybe a shear bolt trip at most.

Thanks.

Paul

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DeltaRed

10-07-2018 17:54:35




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 Re: Two Way PlowJD 3835 in reply to 2510Paul, 10-07-2018 11:17:08  
IMHO,they are junk. yet they seem to bring good money at sales. I have no idea why??



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SVcummins

10-07-2018 18:33:52




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 Re: Two Way PlowJD 3835 in reply to DeltaRed, 10-07-2018 17:54:35  
If you've gotta big tractor light soil and don't want to break ground out and only want to plow 8 inches deep they're great . Pulled a 7 bottom on land with 250 hp mfwd dualed up and ballast to 30,000 8 inches deep was all It could muster and 4 mph , to put that into perspective pulled a 6 18 Melroe with a size smaller tractor in tougher white clay at 6mph 10 inches deep



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DeltaRed

10-07-2018 19:14:32




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 Re: Two Way PlowJD 3835 in reply to SVcummins, 10-07-2018 18:33:52  
Some of the BTOs here pull them on the sandy mesa soils.But those guys all have BIG tractors. You're right,they all seem to go fast.One guy down on the river in the heavy soil bought one several years ago. Didn't keep it a year. Traded it off on a new IH/ArtsWay rollover.



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SVcummins

10-09-2018 20:56:24




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 Re: Two Way PlowJD 3835 in reply to DeltaRed, 10-07-2018 19:14:32  
John Deere had a 8 bottom in the sales brochure for one year they must have decided they didnít make a big enough tractor to pull it becuse after that they only listed up to a 7 bottom . Iíve seen two 8 bottom John Deereís. My cousin has a 7 bottom Harrell he wanted a rollover but the Harrell was cheap heís had to weld it back together a couple times becuse it canít handle the hard ground . Iíve ripped bottoms off in half frozen ground on the John Deere before but never broke the frame

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SVcummins

10-07-2018 12:39:28




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 Re: Two Way PlowJD 3835 in reply to 2510Paul, 10-07-2018 11:17:08  
About the most worthless thing ever invented. That 3 bottom pulls about as hard as a 5 bottom . In hard ground they wonít go in without new shares sometimes replace the shares every 30 acres in a dry fall which may not seem like a lot but it is when you are covering 2000 acres. They turn the ground worth a dang in anything with sod . You might pull a one bottom with a 2510



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2510Paul

10-07-2018 14:02:53




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 Re: Two Way PlowJD 3835 in reply to SVcummins, 10-07-2018 12:39:28  
Thanks. I am not surprised but wanted input. Paul



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SVcummins

10-07-2018 18:42:18




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 Re: Two Way PlowJD 3835 in reply to 2510Paul, 10-07-2018 14:02:53  
You won't like it for breaking ground out or anything but stubble and you have to pull 5 mph for them to turn the ground right and they eat the wear parts



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